Want to check incoming emails, texts, etc. without having to pull out your smartphone? Then the Pebble watch might be right for you. Announced last year, it's about to launch.
When T-Mobile revealed last month that it will, at long last, be getting the iPhone, it was vague about exactly when. In an interview at CES, the telecom's CEO was a bit more specific.
Screen breakage remains a major problem for smartphones, but Samsung and Corning are looking to fix that.
The release of Apple's next smartphone isn't expected for months, so details are a bit cloudy. But a new report indicates this device might have a larger screen than the current one.
Kanex announced the meDrive, a file server that turns USB storage into a network drive that can be accessed from iOS and desktop devices, at CES 2013 on Tuesday. Get more information from TechnologyGuide.
Despite its running title of "best smartphone in the market" for the past five years, Apple's iPhone seems to be losing traction among critics, as Consumer Reports has rated the company's iPhone 5 as the worst of the top smartphones.
Apple will expand its product lineup with a smaller, cheaper smartphone. That's the prediction of a market analyst, anyway.
Those who use the "Do Not Disturb" feature on their iPhone got a nasty surprise this week: a bug causes it to never turn off. Read more on TabletPCReview.
The iPhone 5 uses a new type of screen that makes the device thin and light. However, the in-cell screen may also have enough problems that Apple is considering dropping it.
Google has released a list of what it believes to be the best mobile software of 2012. You can see the full list on TabletPCReview.
New York City's annual crime index is up on the year, and Mayor Michael Bloomberg is saying that thefts of Apple products are a major contributing factor.
Gameloft is having a holiday sale, with bargains on a number of its iOS and Android games. See the full list on TabletPCReview.
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